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  1. Demdike@Cult Labs
    14th November 2017 09:55 PM - permalink
    Demdike@Cult Labs
    Great to have you back aboard the good ship Cult Labs, troggi.
  2. Demdike@Cult Labs
    28th July 2015 10:11 PM - permalink
    Demdike@Cult Labs
    It's always nice when you log on to find you've been Troggi'd.
  3. Demdike@Cult Labs
    4th July 2015 11:11 PM - permalink
    Demdike@Cult Labs
    Hi Troggi

    Are you back or is this a one off visit?

    The forum misses you, you know. (Did i just type that out loud? Damn!)
  4. Hawkmonger
    26th February 2015 04:02 PM - permalink
    Hola troggi! Been awhile since I was last on so wondered how you where getting on.
  5. Prince_Vajda
    17th February 2015 06:10 PM - permalink
    Thank you, troggi. Good to see you're still around. I hope all is well with you.
  6. Demdike@Cult Labs
    31st December 2014 11:50 PM - permalink
    Demdike@Cult Labs
    Happy New Year Troggi
  7. troggi
    1st August 2014 08:14 PM - permalink
    Just a quickie, ooh I really should think about me poor owld ticker! Seriously though, I am not disapearing from the forum, it's just that my son, Joe, has got me into another one of them long RPG games that I so used to love and I'm addicted again. In the words of Arnie "I'll be back"...occasionally.

    By the way, I think that the Hermit is dead. I passed by the cave yesterday and the stench was a lot worse than usual, I gathered up my fortitude and held my breath but all I could see were some lush ferns and a mound of moss that looked kind of like a man with his scrotum nailed to a slab of sandstone. It might just be an "installation"...
  8. jhippyfro
    11th July 2014 05:32 PM - permalink
    Cool, me like.
    Ask them if they like the master blaster of disaster....... My personal favorite BUCKETHEAD!
  9. jhippyfro
    10th July 2014 11:46 PM - permalink
    Oh yea, Hausu is one of my favorite films of all times. It was a blind buy when I bought the criterion edition at the store. Ironically a local film house showed it the same year for one of its Halloween films so I was lucky, I got to see it on the big screen.
    I like a lot of the Asain Exstreem stuff and Foreign movies in general.
  10. applecore
    12th June 2014 11:19 AM - permalink
    There's worse ways of testing that! There's quite a few cool things at JB Hi-Fi, actually. I got my Army of Darkness necronomicon from them

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  • About troggi
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    Portsmouth, UK
    Too many interests, not enough time!
    Ex-Learning Support Assistant now viciously forced into retirement due to frailty of the human body!
  • Nosferatu's Questionnaire!
    Where did your username come from?
    I was given the name as an apprentice crankshaft grinder back in the 70s after "colleagues" watched the film "Trog" starring Michael Gough. To be fair I was quite hairy then!
    What is your favourite horror film?
    "The Pit and the Pendulum"
    What is your favourite non-horror film?
    Who is your favourite horror director?
    David Cronenburg
    Who is your favourite non-horror director?
    Tim Burton
    How did you find out about ?
    Advert in Fortean Times
    What is the best DVD/BD set that you own?
    I can't say, they're all my babies (yes, including SUCK)
    Describe yourself in three sentences or less.
    "I'm a wanker, I'm a wanker
    And it does me good as it bloody well should.
    I'm a wanker, I'm a..."
    Go away, I'm only singing!
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Posted 9th November 2015 at 11:19 PM by troggi Comments 1
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Before I post this to my blog I would like to point out that I am not looking for sympathy, empathy or support, I'm just trying to explain my absence from the Lab.

Since being "retired" from work I have had too much time to wallow in self pity and the past, I have gone way passed the "self pity" part but the past has caught me up!

I have been experiencing a deep depression coupled with painful memories and have been diagnosed with PTSD. I am getting

Posted 30th August 2013 at 09:10 PM by troggi Comments 1
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Before continuing to bore the arses off of any passing labbers who haven't got the energy to click away with my riveting tales of school life I thought I'd give you a heads up on what troggi's cave is like!

To give you a bit of a geographical perspective anyone who has travelled by train to Portsmouth has probably seen our house. I suspect that Ms. Jackson has seen it many times when either approaching Fratton Station from Portsmouth & Southsea or leaving Fratton Station going

Posted 14th August 2013 at 11:50 PM by troggi Comments 1
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I am going to zip through this period of the late 1960s as there were few changes until 1970.

It was '67-'68 when I became a junior schoolboy and we had a pretty new young teacher called Miss Griffiths. She was obviously too pretty because she soon became mrs. something-or-other and had to leave to have a baby but for now she was our Miss Griffiths. She took us on a trip to the City Museum at Weston Park, near the Sheffield University Arts Tower and the Henderson's Relish Factory...

Posted 10th August 2013 at 11:01 PM by troggi Comments 0
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I am going to try to limit myself to not wandering off at tangents and not spending too many keystrokes on seemingly trivial incidents, who wants to bet I can't do it?

September, 1966 The Year of "Simba!"

It was "Tag season" at school only, oop north weir it's grim thi don't call it "tag," it's "tiggy" oop theer! To be honest tiggy season was a "fill in" thing, we played tiggy all the time, well tiggy and "hiddy"...

Posted 9th August 2013 at 08:28 PM by troggi Comments 0
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It's 1966, just after Easter, and my third school in a year! We now live at number 89 Mason Lathe Road, Shiregreen, Sheffield. My dad now works at Ambrose Shardlow, crankshaft manufacturers in the Forge, he works on the 54 ton "Big Beshy" hammer and at night we can hear it and almost feel it's seismic force even though we live about a mile away from it. This hammer was the biggest in Europe at the time and stamped out of orange-hot steel billets some of the bigger crankshafts that the...
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Posted 10th November 2015 at 08:35 AM by MacBlayne MacBlayne is offline
Interesting stuff Troggi....
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I missed part 3. ...
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